Indian Firms’ US Revenues Slow Sharply But Balance Sheets Still Solid
US revenues of Indian pharmaceutical companies have slowed sharply amid a blitz of regulatory inspections and consolidation of the US purchasing chain -- but the news is not all bad: balance sheets are solid, margins are healthy and longer-term prospects look positive, says leading Indian investment rating agency ICRA.
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